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T. Walker and Co

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Makers of stoves of 58 Oxford Street, Birmingham.

1841 The business of Thomas Walker

1847 Advert: Patent self feeding Phoenix Stove

1849 Thomas Walker of 58 Oxford St: Patent Phoenix Stove & Patent Rotary Boot Shoe Heel Manufacturer[1]

1854 Thomas Walker, engine maker of Oxford Street. Birmingham.

1855 Won a prize medal at the Paris Exhibition of 1855.[2]

1858 T. Walker, stove manufacturer, 54 Oxford St, and engine builders, of Oxford St.[3]

Later became Thomas Walker and Son and T. Walker and Sons

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Sources of Information

  1. 1849 Post Office Directory of Birmingham
  2. www.birmingham.impacthub.net
  3. 1858 Dix's General & Commercial Directory of Birmingham